Poetry is the most accessible and therefore the most popular form of art among creative people. But even the ability to rhyme words comes through trial and error. You can avoid them if you use some theoretical knowledge.
It is necessary
Paper and pen
Start by studying the most common syllabo-tonic versification system. The sizes of this system are: dicotyledonous iambic and trore, trilobate anapest, amphibrachium and dactyl. The first, iambic, is built according to this principle: the first syllable is unstressed, the second is stressed. A series of stressed and adjoining unstressed syllables is called a foot.
There can be three to five stops per line. Example:
“Frost and sun, wonderful day, You are still asleep, dear friend …"
Write in this size 12-20 lines.
The second dimension - trochee - is built on the opposite principle: shock-unstressed. Example:
"The cuckoo sleeps on a tree
Cancer under the stone sees a dream …"
The number of pairs of syllables usually also varies from three to five. Write in this size 12-20 lines.
The first three-part size is dactyl: shock, two unstressed (the foot already consists of three syllables). Example:
“Glory to you, hopeless pain!
The gray-eyed king died yesterday …"
The number of feet is usually 3-5. Compose a small piece in this size.
Amphibrachium is a three-foot size, built according to the scheme: unstressed - shock - unstressed.
"The mermaid sailed along the blue river …"
Compose 12-20 lines in this size using 3-5 stops per line.
The last dimension of this system is anapest. Foot structure: two unstressed - shock. Example:
“You will wake me up at dawn, you will go out without shoes …"
Write 12-20 lines in this size, the number of stops in line 3-5.
Rhyme, that is, the end of a line, is of four types. Masculine - when a line ends with a stressed syllable. Feminine - when a line ends with the first (after the stressed) unstressed syllable. Dactylic - on the second (after the stressed) unstressed syllable. Hyperdactic - on the third unstressed. The first two are the most common. Analyze the verses already written and determine where which rhyme is used. If a kind is overlooked, write a poem using it.
There are three main ways of rhyming: Paired. In the form of a diagram, it can be represented as follows:
Analyze the verses already written and determine where which rhyme is used. If an option is missing, write in it.